Partner and managing director:
Frank Thilo Trautwein, Dipl.-Ing.
Phone: +49 341 656702-01
Phone: +1 646 878 9011 (US & Canada)
Legal and administrative office:
Phone: +49 341 656702-10
Fax: +49 341 656702-02
Leipzig, HRB 34218
VAT ID: DE316866815
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General terms and conditions
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Financial partners and government funding
We research and develop methods for the extraction of information from clinical image data. This information must be objective, reliable and, if possible, automatically extractable. This is the only way to reliably assess the healing process or implant function and to achieve evidence-based improvement in treatment methods. The methods used come mainly from the fields of computer vision, AI and big data. We are supported in the development of these procedures by funding from the ESF and ERDF.
Current funded projects
with the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
Project title: “Research into methods for the first exact, objective and fully automatic analysis of radiographic spine images”
Project period: 15 August 2017–14 August 2020
Implementation period: 15 August 2017–14 November 2020
Although radiological evaluation is fundamental for the entire treatment spectrum of patients with back pain, radiological analysis techniques for the exact quantification and evaluation of the complex anatomy and function of the spinal column have only been developed rudimentarily. For evidence-based diagnosis and treatment and as an essential contribution to clinical research, however, precise analytical methods are urgently needed. The aim of this project is to explore methods for patient-friendly automated analysis of radiographic image data that leads to exact and objective determination and visualization of clinically highly relevant parameters in all anatomical levels. The medium-term goal of this research project is a medical software platform that can be integrated into everyday clinical practice and automatically allows the physician to perform a comprehensive functional and morphological characterization of the patient using standard radiographs. In the future, the results could be related to values of patients with a comparable diagnosis and the data of their treatment course, thus for the first time enabling evidence-based diagnosis and treatment course prognosis. The methods to be researched are also to be transferred to other clinical problem areas in the future.
This project is funded by the ERDF and the German state of Saxony-Anhalt.